Ep. 1217: Where's the digibeef? Video
Natali Del Conte fills in for Justin Yu today, which happens to also be Jeff Bakalar's last day before he gets married! We talk about life after marriage, the PSP Phone and get angry at Cablevision.
At CES 2008, Natali Del Conte takes a first look at the HP MediaSmart, a full HD TV that is also a media center.
Jennifer Aniston stars in this drama about three married women, their husbands, and their lone single friend.
It's Natali Morris's penultimate episode and National High Five Day! Wilson's back on the show after yesterday's trip to the NY Auto Show, and today we're chewing the beef between Lady Gaga and Weird Al Yankovic and chatting about a 3D porno topping box office records in China, a dispute over Apple's environmental footprint, and a pair of 2D glasses that just make things more natural.
Lifetime helps you watch less television for women with your lady, New Yorkers get hosed on taxes, and Google and Yahoo launch new services and sites.
Natali has an internal Twitter dialogue about whether to let the world know that the last pumpkin scone has been sold. The Zune HD will only be available in the US, and Facebook launches a lite version of the site sans apps.
We hear some pretty bad scare stories about Facebook in this episode. Yes, we know, how could they top the ones you've already heard? trust us they do. or maybe one of our emailers was drunk. You decide. We also finally have a decision (maybe) on the great Natali Project Natal bet. You can't miss this episode!
A new survey shows the messaging behavior of men and women on dating sites. And it leads Natali to the inevitable conclusion that you shouldn't date dorks. We also talk over the WikiLeaks pager data from the 9/11 events. And BlackBerry gets an eBay app Why is this such big news?
This week on a very special transatlantic edition of the CNET UK Podcast, Ian Morris, Rich Trenholm, and Natali Del Conte sat down to talk a bit about the best of CES this year. From Sony's Dash, through to the Boxee Box all the coolest gadgets from this year's show got discussed.
Donald and Jasmine continue the good fight of keeping the MP3 Insider and Dialed In podcasts as two separate beasts as they discuss the latest music news from MWC: that Zune features are officially coming to mobile phones at the end of the year. Also, Jasmine battles depression over the nonexistence of the perfect MP3 player, and Donald weighs the value of iTunes video versus cable as Apple teases price-cuts on TV shows. And the show wouldn't be complete without some headphone talk, specifically about the super magnificent Klipsch Image X10i. But are they worth a cool 350 smackaroos?